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The Museum Life

The Museum Life

Friday at 7 AM Pacific

July 17th 2015:Exhibiting Patriotism

Author of the book by the same name (Left Coast Press 2013), Teresa Bergman explores why we erect monuments to national events and figures—or why we think we do. During this week’s discussion, Teresa will share research that examined the patriotic narratives of some of our most beloved memorials and how this narrative is changing and what this means to our sense of national identity.

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Teresa Bergman

Teresa Bergman obtained her Ph.D. in American Cultural and Film Studies from the University of California, Davis. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California and a former documentary filmmaker. Her research incorporates an interdisciplinary methodology that includes rhetoric, documentary film theory, ethnography, and critical/cultural studies. These varied theoretical approaches help to illuminate the intersection of location, memory, museum exhibits, and documentary film. Her book, “Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites” won the 2013 Jane Jacobs Urban Communic
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